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Mioplosus Framed fish in matrix with good detail of the bones and has been framed and ready for display.

Mioplosus Framed fish in matrix with good detail of the bones and has been framed and ready for display.

Framed Mioplosus Fossil Fish

Framed Mioplosus Fossil Fish

Knightia is a genus of extinct fish related to the modern day herring. They were double scuted, having rows of dorsal and ventral scutes running from the posterior end of the head back to the median fins. Knightia was a slender fish that lived about 50 million years ago during the Eocene Epoch. They were schooling fish, and because of this they are frequently found together in mass mortality layers.

Three fish in matrix in a handsome burl frame ready for display.

Two Knightia, "Gemini" Fish plate professionally framed in a burl veneer to accent the natural tones of the fossil as it was found in matrix. This pair has been entwined since 52 MYA. You may also be interested in reading about this fossil in the book by Lance Grande, The Lost World of Fossil Lake.

Two Knightia, "Gemini" Fish plate professionally framed in a burl veneer to accent the natural tones of the fossil as it was found in matrix. This pair has been entwined since 52 MYA. You may also be interested in reading about this fossil in the book by Lance Grande, The Lost World of Fossil Lake.

Knightia Fossil Fish From the Green river formation in handsome frame ready to display in your home or office.

Knightia Fossil Fish From the Green river formation in handsome frame ready to display in your home or office.

This remarkable fossil of a leaf is rare due to that soft tissues do not usually survive bacteria destroying it.

This remarkable fossil of a leaf is rare due to that soft tissues do not usually survive bacteria destroying it.

Two fish in opposite directions in matrix. This plate has been framed in a handsome burl frame. Knightia is a genus of extinct fish related to the modern day herring. They were double scuted, having rows of dorsal and ventral scutes running from the posterior end of the head back to the median fins. Knightia was a slender fish that lived about 50 million years ago during the Eocene Epoch. They were schooling fish, and because of this they are frequently found together in mass mortality…

Two fish in opposite directions in matrix. This plate has been framed in a handsome burl frame.

Diplomystus (Greek for "double whiskers"); most frequently pronounced “dip-low-MY-stuss”. Diplomystus is an extinct genus of fish distantly related to modern-day herrings, alewives, and sardines. Specimens range from larval size up to 26 inches and are commonly found in close association with the extinct herring Knightia sp.

Diplomystus (Greek for "double whiskers"); most frequently pronounced “dip-low-MY-stuss”. Diplomystus is an extinct genus of fish distantly related to modern-day herrings, alewives, and sardines. Specimens range from larval size up to 26 inches and are commonly found in close association with the extinct herring Knightia sp.

Myoplosus was a predator, and is always found as a solitary fossil as it was not a schooling fish. It is from the Eocene period around 50 million years ago.

Myoplosus was a predator, and is always found as a solitary fossil as it was not a schooling fish. It is from the Eocene period around 50 million years ago.

This Diplomystus dentatus is beautifully preserved and professionally prepared and framed. The framing is of an upscale quality with the touchstone customer in mind.

This Diplomystus dentatus is beautifully preserved and professionally prepared and framed. The framing is of an upscale quality with the touchstone customer in mind.

Fish fossil from the Green River Formation!

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This beautiful framed piece contains the fossilized remains of a fish of the genus Phareodus. This fossil slab was recovered from the Green River Formation area of Wyoming – a region of extensive and clearly delineated layers of sedimentation that formed in a series of lakes in intermountain basins. Fossils caught in this sediment date back to a 6-million year stretch of the Eocene epoch, several tens of millions of years ago.

This beautiful framed piece contains the fossilized remains of a fish of the genus Phareodus. This fossil slab was recovered from the Green River Formation area of Wyoming – a region of extensive and clearly delineated layers of sedimentation that formed in a series of lakes in intermountain basins. Fossils caught in this sediment date back to a 6-million year stretch of the Eocene epoch, several tens of millions of years ago.

Priscacara swimming beneath the shade of the palm leaf just like it must have been 50 million years ago as it trolled the river banks. Such a beautiful display of how life must have been in the Green River Formation.

Priscacara swimming beneath the shade of the palm leaf just like it must have been 50 million years ago as it trolled the river banks. Such a beautiful display of how life must have been in the Green River Formation.

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“A fossil with a beautiful name: Silvanerpeton miripedes, meaning Wood Crawler with Wonderful Feet. Reptile-like amphibian from the Lower Carboniferous)

From the Pliocene Epoch these clams are 3.5 million years old.

From the Pliocene Epoch these clams are million years old.

Plant Fern Leaf Fossil Cabochon St Clair by FenderMinerals on Etsy,

Fossil Gem Plant Fern Leaf Fossil Cabochon, Pennsylvania, Organic Gemstone, Semiprecious natural stone from a primordial petrified forest

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